As a member of the technical services group, with a high degree of autonomy this position provides structural engineering expertise to various design and construction projects handled by Facilities Operations and Development (FOD), specifically the project management office in FDC. The work includes identification, review, and resolution of structural issues during planning, design and construction in accordance with University Standards and project requirements. This position reports to the University Engineer and consults in various tasks as assigned such as design reviews; engineering design, development of Building Design Standards; studies relating to infrastructure planning and design; Serves as a liaison between assigned project management functional team while coordinating with fellow technical services team members, Responsible for assessing projects for feasibility, determines alternatives, and selects most effective approach . Ensures conformity and compliance with local, state, federal, and hospital codes. Produces, reviews, develops and assists in formulating policies and standards in developing long range plans and objectives, and budget. Ensures technical specifications and standards are implemented. Operations, Maintenance, and other groups within and outside the University. Hours and days may vary. May be required for 24-hour emergency call.
Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering; licensed professional engineer or the ability to obtain licensure within one-year from date of hire; minimum 8-10 years of experience in structural design relating to facilities and infrastructure projects preferably in a consulting engineering office; knowledge and experience in Local, State, and National Codes and Standards; knowledge and experience in the use of software for structural design and analysis; valid driver’s license; experienced and capable of utilizing Microsoft Office software.
Experience in structural design of large complex projects for institutional facilities; LEED AP credentials.
Target Salary: $90,000.00 - $105,000.00 Annually
Job Category: Administrative and Professional
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